HealthyWoman Program

AccessMatters administers the HealthyWoman Program in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The Program provides free breast and cervical cancer screening, diagnostic services, and referrals to treatment when needed. AccessMatters contracts with 21 health care organizations that serve 4,000 individuals through HealthyWoman annually.

To be eligible for the HealthyWoman Program, patients must be Pennsylvania residents who are uninsured or underinsured (with limited coverage or cost-prohibitive deductibles) and have low or moderate income. Cervical cancer screening is available to patients age 21 years and older, and breast cancer screening is available to patients age 40 years and older. Diagnostic care for breast and cervical cancer is available to patients age 18 years and older.

For more information about HealthyWoman or to be connected to a participating healthcare organization, please call the AccessMatters’ Information Hotline at 215-985-3300.

The HealthyWoman Program is a Pennsylvania Department of Health program and is made possible, in part, by funding from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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